Learn the kitchen remodeling steps for your next project

Learn the Kitchen Remodeling Steps for Your Next Project


Do you intend to undertake a significant kitchen renovation project? If this is the case, you may be intimidated by the entire ordeal, especially if you plan to handle any of the work yourself. Take into account that you’ll need to consult a general contractor at some point. To make this procedure less intimidating, Edram General Construction provides the regular kitchen renovation steps.

For both aesthetic and financial reasons, kitchen remodeling is an excellent way to boost the value of your house. A beautifully refurbished kitchen creates a vibrant and peaceful ambiance in the house and is an ideal location for social gatherings and other family activities.


In a kitchen remodel, the first step is to get rid of any outdated elements. For now, you might have to live without a kitchen. Create a makeshift kitchen by relocating your functional kitchen appliances to a different area like the dining room. In spite of the fact that some property owners may prefer to complete this task themselves, it is often preferable to hire a professional to do so. Experienced contractors can avoid pipes hidden behind walls or beneath cabinets.

Mechanical Rough-In

Once the framing is complete, installing new or rerouted plumbing, electricity, and HVAC ductwork comes next. Plumbers, electricians, and HVAC professionals are the best people to call because of the job’s difficulty. Once mechanical rough-in is complete, you’ll need an inspection. If you choose a qualified contractor, you won’t have to hire anybody else to complete the inspection and fix any faults.

Walls and Flooring

Once all rough-in plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems are inspected, you can finish interior surfaces. After that, you may begin the process of insulating, putting up drywall, priming, and painting. You can rest assured that your kitchen will be back to normal soon by this point. The flooring is usually installed after the cabinets, appliances, and plumbing fixtures to protect the new flooring from harm.

Cabinets and Countertops 

Next, you’ll need to put in the cabinetry and plumbing. In addition, this is a great time to get new countertops put in. Seeing the final product come to life is one of the most exhilarating parts of this step. If you’re performing the countertop installation yourself, ensure that the base cabinets are level and firmly attached to the wall.

Appliances and Final Inspection

Appliances can be added to the kitchen once the cabinets have been fitted. Note anything that doesn’t meet quality requirements during a walk-through with your general contractor. Now is the time to double-check if you’re satisfied with the outcome. A contractor will handle all of the required inspections, but if you’re doing it yourself, you’ll be phoning inspectors and filling out permits yourself.

Enjoy the Results

While a complete kitchen renovation can be time-consuming, costly, and labor-intensive, it is worth the effort. By fully grasping the renovation process, you may avoid unpleasant surprises and be well-prepared in the event of any.